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SKAGIT RIVER, Wash. — There was a time when the murky waters of the Skagit River offered bountiful salmon harvests to the Swinomish Indians of Washington. They could fill an entire boat with one cast of the net back then, and even on a slow day, they could count on hauling in dozens of fish.
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A Supreme Court victory for a tribe that's lost its salmon